Sunday Alcohol Sales A Step Closer for Indiana After House Vote
Stocking up before Sunday on your favorite adult beverage could soon be a thing of the past in Indiana.
Carry-out sales of alcohol have been banned on Sundays in Indiana for as long as any of us can remember. You can go to a restaurant and have a drink but you cannot buy a 12-pack or a bottle at the liquor store, grocery or gas station. That could soon be changing. The Indiana Houses voted 82-10 in favor of a bill that would allow Sunday sales. The bill has to move for one additional vote before it could become a reality, according to the Indy Star. If that vote goes through, you could be stocking up as early as March 4th.